Honors Research Grants

 

First-Year Honors Mentor Program Grant

Grants up to $250 are available to support research expenses incurred by students participating in the First-Year Honors Mentor Program. Requests for funds are made jointly by the student and mentor.

The submission deadline is the first Wednesday in February.


The guidelines to apply can be viewed here.

First-Year Honors Mentor Program Grant Application (xls)

University Honors Program Grants

Grants of up to $750 are available to help cover project expenses for Honors capstone projects.

The submission deadlines for the UHP Grant applications are October 13November 10February 2 and March 30.


The guidelines to apply can be viewed here.

University Honors Program Grant Application (xls)

Stewart Research Award

Grants of up to $750 are available to help cover project expenses for Honors capstone and other research projects. Projects of publishable quality receive preference.

Submission deadlines for the Stewart Research Award application are November 10 and, funds permitting, February 2.


The guidelines to apply can be viewed here.

Honors Enrichment Grant

Grants of up to $300 are available to help cover project expenses related to travel and/or registration for academic conferences. Preference is given to Honors capstone research and other academic research.

The University Honors Committee reviews submissions on a rolling basis, funds permitting. Once funding has been allocated for a given academic semester, the website will be updated and further applications will not be accepted until the following semester.


Please follow this link for the Honors Enrichment Grant application.

 

Research Opportunities & Events

There are many opportunities for Honors students to engage in and present research, ranging from the Symposium on Undergraduate Research & Creative Expression and Research in the Capitol to summer research programs at other universities, national laboratories, and abroad. ISU’s Undergraduate Research Coordinator is housed in the Jischke Honors Building and is available to talk with you.

You can find out more on the Undergraduate Research webpage.